Mount -o loop /data/adb/magisk.img /mnt Touch /mnt/universal-safetynet-fix/disable
That was kind of the point of my longish text above... All you need to pass on a device that doesn't fully pass SafetyNet (ctsProfile fails while basicIntegrity passes), is usually just to change ro.build.fingerprint to a certified fingerprint (and there are several ways to go about that, but the Magisk way always involves the resetprop tool somehow). Custom ROMs, developer versions of OEM firmwares (Oneplus 6 beta, for example), and otherwise uncertified devices can usually pass SafetyNet like this.
@PetNoire I still failed to pass safetynet, When I flashed the module, my magisk was erased, but then I just saw from this thread that a reboot is needed. After reboot my magisk came back, but It' says "Requires Additional Setup" I ignore it and then checked if safetynet will pass, It failed.
I'm using stock CM FLARE S4 ROM android 5.1.
Sorry for my English.
Thankyou for the reviving this module.
getprop | grep print
Basic integrity passing has nothing to do with the device fingerprint or other props. With Magisk, that usually means that MagiskHide isn't working (for whatever reason, most of the times it just needs a restart) or you have something installed that MagiskHide can't hide (like Xposed, remnants of other kinds of root, etc).
Edit: Scroll down a little here for a table of examples of what will cause a true or false cts profile or basic integrity response.
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